Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
If you can't get a wiring diagram... locate the wiring harness for the lights.... use a multimeter to test the wires....even one of those ice pick type of testers with the light on it will do
have someone step on the brake.... whichever wire has voltage is the brakes. next have them turn on the right turn signal... check for voltage on the other wires... it will of course be off on . do the other side the same way. all you have left is the wire for your running lights.... turn on the parking lights for that. also if i remember right there is a connector already there for the towing package. even if you didn't order that with the vehicle it's likely there. check in the side panel where you store the jack.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
SOURCE: 2008 subaru outback
Best to pop in to your local Subaru dealer and ask them what is required for wiring in a trailer plug, a lot of new vehicle require special equipment to prevent damage to the electronics that control the lighting on the vehicles, especially those that have LED style lights on them. Get a quote from them on cost of them doing the job, and for the parts only if you want to get someone else with a cheaper labour rate to do it.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
SOURCE: no power to tow wiring harness
hello, if the vehicle came with factory towing, i has the relay already....sometimes they ship however without the fuse. the fuse should be behind knee panel on driver's side labed TOW or TRAILER good luck, marty
Posted on May 27, 2009
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